The Dutch are the least likely nation in Europe to wash their hands with soap and water after using the toilet, according to a study.
And Bosnia & Herzegovina is the continent's most hygienic country with 96 per cent of the population claiming to automatically wash their hands after a bathroom visit.
In a Gallup International study, only
Global cleaning industry association ISSA, which has its headquarters in the US, is partnering with the Building Service Contractors Association International (BSCAI) - which is also based in the US - to strengthen ties with the Chinese cleaning industry.
ISSA executive director John Barrett and BSCAI president Paul Greenland recently met with
The paper byKim Horn MPH and Jonathan Otter PhD reports on the results of a study conducted from October 2010 to September 2013. The impact of the
A cleansing, moisturising toilet tissue system that comes with its own holder is being sold for €862 by a Swiss luxury firm.
The paper is made from virgin new-growth fibres treated with glacier water from a Swiss mountain spring. It comes supplied with a cleanser and moisturiser to be sprayed on to each sheet before use. Also supplied is a
A picture of a man's staring eyes and a clean, citrusy smell have been found to significantly boost hand hygiene in hospitals, according to a new study.
This discovery was made by a US-UK team who used insights from behavioural science in an attempt to improve hospital hand hygiene compliance.
The study was launched to address poor hand hygiene
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